Water Spots Video Contest – Finalists & Voting!

2017 Water Spots Finalists & People’s Choice Voting!

The Regional Water Authority and The Sacramento Bee’s NIE program are pleased to announce the 2017 Water Spots Video finalists! Winners will be announced before the River Cat’s game on April 23, 2017. A big thank you to all the teachers and students that participated in this year’s contest. We received over 100 videos — more received than any other year!

2017 Finalists:

Anna Golub (Vernon Bisho, teacher) of Center High School in Antelope

Christian Groen (Brendan Hogan, teacher) of Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento

Ethan Ocampo (Brad Clark, teacher) of Franklin High School in Elk Grove

Kristina Tran (Brad Clark, teacher) of Franklin High School in Elk Grove

Nico Pedroncelli, Joseph Courey, Michael Lukas, Nathan Keowen, Donovan McGuire, Nate Parry, Conrad Hawkins, Thatcher Marshall, Antonio Hernandez and Abbas Kazmi (Katherine Madden, teacher) of Jesuit High School in Carmichael

Mikayla Barkve and Lindsey Sobeck (Ben Barholdt, teacher) of Whitney High School in Rocklin

Evan Risucci and Josh Knell (Ben Barholdt, teacher) of Whitney High School in Rocklin

Emily Manzer and Meghan Townsley (Ben Barholdt, teacher) of Whitney High School in Rocklin

Samantha Shelton and Julianna Bingham (Ben Barholdt, teacher) of Whitney High School in Rocklin

Tarik Ansari, Ethan Wolfe and Noah Zackery (mark Hajewski, teacher) of Woodcreek High School in Roseville

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE VIDEO TODAY!

Vote today for your favorite video! The winner will receive the prestigious “People’s Choice” award during the cereony at the River Cats game on April 23, 2017.

 

We would also like to thank the many teachers who sponsored multiple students. We are pleased to announce that the following three teachers submitted the most videos and will be presented with $100 Amazon gift cards:

Rebecca Long of CA MS (34 videos)

Brad Clark of Franklin High School (21 videos)

Jason Cummings of Rio Linda High School (13 videos)

To find out more about the Water Spots Video Contest, click here.

 

 

 

 

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